Travel Advice


  • The best time to visit Ladakh is between April to October.

  • The temperature during this period is ideal, after which the mercury starts to drop steeply.



  • At an altitude of 3500mts above sea level, harsh alpine climate and the vast wilderness of ladakh although makes for an enticing view, it comes with certain challenges. However we are here to guide to on precautions and steps to take, to keep you toasty and your travel safe.
  • Altitude sickness: One of the most common issues that a guest may experience here is altitude sickness due to thin air and high altitude. Upon arrival guests are requested to get acclimatized to the prevailing weather conditions hence, first day you are requested to rest and perhaps a light stroll around the market in the evening.     From next day onwards you can continue according to your itinerary.



  • No matter the season always carry warm clothes, wind  resistant padded jacket and keep yourself hydrated with liquids preferably at room temperature/ luke warm.
  • The sun is strong here and may cause sunburn, always carry a sunblock of SPF 50 and higher, heat-resistant hats, and UV protective sunglasses.



  • No matter where you are traveling become a responsible traveler. When visiting a place there are certain etiquettes one must follow:
  • Ladakh is essentially a holy place of buddhism, centuries old monasteries deeply rooted in traditional buddhist practices, are one of the main tourist attractions. A "MANI" is a pile of stones and people circumambulate around it to collect good karma, you'll find them constructed alongside monasteries, roads and lakes. The guests are requested not to litter around the mani in any way or form and most certainly do not step on it or destroy it.
  • Certain places do not allow photography or videography, make sure you follow these rules.
  • When visiting lakes such as Pangong and Tsomoriri, do not litter and if you are carrying snacks or plastic bottles, carry them along with you and dispose them off at appropriate locations with dustbins.  If possible carry your water in a steel flask. These tiny intentional bits help the environment at large.